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Mining for Evidence: Tutorials for the Health & Rehabilitation Sciences

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This guide features eight video tutorials that walk you through the process of finding evidence in some key online databases. Each of these videos are under four-minutes long.  You do not need to view these tutorials in any particular order, and I invite you any video that seems the most relevant to your own research. Please see my contact information on the right if I can help you with any aspect of your research.

Finding Practice Gudelines

The goal of these two tutorials is to define practice guidelines, describe why they are important, and to identify key sources of practice guidelines.

Searching for Systematic Reviews

The goal of this three-minute tutorial is to introduce you to systematic reviews and some key sources for finding them.

Searching for Evidence from Original Studies

The goal of the following tutorials is to demonstrate how to find different levels of evidence in major health science databases. Each tutorial is about 3 minutes long. Learn to search for evidence in:

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Kate Silfen
Mugar Memorial Library